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  • Class for spouses adds tour of base, community

    The Airman & Family Readiness Center's popular Heart Link class introduces newlywed spouses of Airmen to the ways of the Air Force, but now the class is getting a significant new twist. Previously the class had been comprised of a few hours of classroom learning - among other things - about the

  • Robins IG sees sharp decline in complaints

    The comedic actress Lily Tomlin once said, "Man invented language to satisfy his deep need to complain." But a group of professionals at Robins have used skillful language to aid in effectively reducing complaints. The number of complaints here has been reduced by 33 percent through improved

  • Robins youth coach wins award

    Ronald Hayes, director of youth sports and fitness, believes there is no better sign of a good coach than repeat customers. For season after season, he said, many children and their parents have been coming back to request the same coach, Donald Wendland. That's why Hayes nominated Wendland to be

  • Robins LOA community talks joint logistics

    Only 10 people from Robins could go to the Logistics Officers Association Convention in Las Vegas, but they brought a condensed version of the gathering back here Friday. In a "mini-conference" at the Robins Conference Center, approximately 75 members of the LOA's Middle Georgia Chapter heard some

  • Joint training to help improve labor-management relations

    The Warner Robins Air Logistics Center will soon provide joint training opportunities for managers and employees in an effort to give the two groups additional tools for resolving workplace disputes.The training, which focuses on communication, team building and the "necessity of changing

  • WR-ALC shares requirements at annual symposium

    The 7th Annual Aerospace Requirements Symposium held this week drew record attendance of over 900 industry representatives. The symposium, held at the Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter in Perry, is designed to assist industry in meeting the needs of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center.

  • Radiology technicians use modern technology to help patients

    An X-ray image is still pretty much the same today as it was when Master Sgt. Arlo Southall entered the radiology career field in 1995. How that image is produced, however, has changed quite a bit. Today Southall is the radiology section chief at the Robins medical clinic, where X-ray images are

  • Robins colonel lends hand to new program

    The Department of Defense plans to turn hundreds of military personnel into experts on the fight in the Afghanistan-Pakistan region, and one Robins officer will be among the group. Lt. Col. Tom Ficklin has vacated his position as the 78th Mission Support Group's deputy commander to participate in

  • 5th CCG practices convoy skills

    In early 2004 Col. Amando Gavino headed out of Camp Victory in Bagdad in a four-vehicle convoy. They were on a short trip to the airport, but before they arrived he heard the front gunner yell out "RPG 3 o'clock!" He pulled out his 9 mm and started firing its 15-round clip. "It felt like about three

  • WR-ALC initiatives: Improving performance and reputation

    When it comes to warfighter support at Robins, one of the most visible aspects is performance - the quality and timeliness of the aircraft, commodities, software and electronics that are produced here. Improving that performance has become one of several key initiatives aimed at not only enhancing